Be an ISAP mentor
As an ISAP mentor, you'll help create a positive and enriching experience for Indigenous students in their early university years. In addition to supporting their growth, you'll receive valuable leadership training and work experience, while making great personal connections along the way.
There are two ways you can get involved as an ISAP mentor:
- ISAP PASS Mentor: PASS Mentors provide academic-focused support for specific courses that ISAP students are enrolled in. This can include activities such as guided learning sessions and discussions to expand their course insights.
- ISAP Peer Mentor: Volunteer your time and create a welcoming and supporting environment for ISAP students. As a mentor, you'll have the opportunity to share your expertise as a student, cultivate community with your peers, and develop important personal skills for the future.
Collection of personal information
Your personal information is collected under the authority of section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have any questions about the collection or use of this information, please visit our Access to Information page.